Jun 092017
 
A DIY Accent Wall Adds Drama to a Doorway

DIYers Bill and Debby Turner created an accent wall that turned their drab doorway into one that really makes an entrance. While American home come in all sorts of different shapes and styles, the traditional underpinnings of modern building are similar – and leave homeowners with a common problem: a lack of character in their houses. Read More…

Jun 022017
 
DIY Fireplace Remodel with Random Rock

Last month we wrote about How to Resurface a Fireplace with the Look of Stone or Brick, and this month we were sent some photos from a FauxPanels.com customer who their own DIY fireplace remodel – with Wellington Random Rock panels, in Washed Bisque. We love this particular project, because it’s a beautifully subtle use of Read More…

May 052017
 
Revving Up the RV With an Interior Makeover

Customer Greg Remedes used Wellington Drystack panels in Earth color to add some “vrooom” to his RV’s interior makeover. A lot of times, we mention that ‘going faux’ can enable homeowners and professionals to do a lot of projects they couldn’t with real stone. In this example, that’s literally true – because you can’t install real stone in Read More…

Apr 282017
 
Simply Beautiful Shelving Design

Some of the most impressive design projects are the simplest ones – and this is a great example of ‘less is more’ from FauxPanels.com customer Judy. Wall shelves aren’t that sexy. There isn’t much argument there. But an enterprising homeowner was able to add some eye-catching style to her shelving design. When Judy installed the white Read More…

Mar 102017
 
Ingenious Secret Room Idea: The Hidden Bathroom in the Bar

We love all the designs we share on this blog, but sometimes you encounter an idea that makes you do a double-take. That’s certainly the case with this amazing project by customer Erin Reeb. Check out these photos of her stunning new basement bar – complete with a secret room! The project would have been spectacular Read More…

Mar 042017
 
Illuminating! Basement Bar Idea with LED Lighting

Featuring hidden LED lighting, this basement bar idea is one of the most colorful panel projects we’ve seen! An enterprising homeowner built this stunning bar using Norwich Stacked Stone panels in Frosted Gray. What raised the bar, though – no pun intended – was that he paired the panels with color-changing LED lights; enabling them to Read More…

Feb 242017
 
Dining Room Accent Wall, Stacked Stone Style

Mark Eckl, from Ashburn, VA sent us these before and after photos of his latest project – using Regency Stacked Stone panels (Honey color) to create a simple, yet beautiful dining room accent wall. Mark’s design epitomizes the philosophy of ‘less is more’ – adding just a few panels to completely transform the alcove space. The challenge Read More…

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